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885866

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 885866 12 April 1962
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 30 March 1962 Canada
 
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 Non-jaguar Port Saint Lucie
  
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Record Creation: Entered on 2 October 2004.

Database Updates: Show dataplate edits

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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2004-10-02 10:38:08 | Steven D. writes:

Car has been converted to a ford v8 and customized with a MASSive hood scope and altered taillights and front turn signal units (resesed in front). Car is listed for sale at:

www.pjsautoworld.com/1960cars/1962jaguarxke.html

and

adcache.collectorcartraderonline.com/10/5/2/75056952.htm

2004-10-02 10:40:24 | Steven D. writes:

BTW, the dealer has the car priced at $34,900 in it's current condition with the Ford V8 stuck into it.

2004-10-02 10:46:35 | Steven D. writes:

Ad for car reads as:

1962 JAGUAR XKE, Jaguar XKE Coupe Series 1, Pewter Pearl Metallic, Ford Powered by 5.0L, Weiand Alum Intake Manifold, Holley Carb, C5 Auto Trans, 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, Original Knock-Off Wheels w/ 215/75R-15, B&M Shifter, Custom Hood Scoop, Frenched '39 Ford Tail Lights, Unique & Show Winning Jaguar!

2005-09-14 14:45:04 | pauls writes:

Car comes to ebay 9/14/05
cgi.ebay.com/1962-Jaguar-XKE-Coupe_W0QQitemZ6561475300
Opening bid $30k, no reserve, no bids yet, 6 days left in auction. Now said to be located in Largo, Florida. No description given only 2 photos.

2005-09-22 10:52:24 | steve grycuk writes:

i live in edinburgh scotland and own series 1 e type chassis no885866 how are you using same chassis no,i have original body etc ,your body no does not corespond with jaguar heritage,i have original engine and gearbox also

2005-10-29 15:46:02 | Steven D. writes:

Hello Steve Grycuk:
When this car was originally entered into the xkedata.com database back in October 2004, it was because I called this
place in Florida and asked them for the numbers off of the data plate. Just this morning I gave them another call and
re-verified the number on the data plate and the top of the picture frame. They were able to provide the car number of
885866 from both locations as well as the V2175 body number off of the data plate. The car is still advertised at:

www.pjsautoworld.com/1960cars/1962jaguarxke.html

and

www.collectorcartraderonline.com/caddetail.html

Perhaps you should attempt to contact them to resolve this issue between the two of you. While I had them on the phone this morning I made them aware of this possible duplicate car issue.

We here at xkedata.com will do our best to verify numbers in dispute but we cannot take sides in any sort of dispute like this. Once things are resolved, we are more than happy to correct any records in error. We would also be glad to examine any digital photos or scanned copies you might be able to supply of the heritage certificate.

If you have any questions of other comments please feel free to E-mail us.
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site co-admin, volunteer

2006-10-18 02:59:20 | steve grycuk writes:

regarding duplicate identity ,having spoken at length to jaguar heritage i am completely sure that i have the original car,removing transmission cover reveals correct gearbox no ,the inside of the interior panels reveal the original body no ,under the seats there was some very old canadian memorbilia {car was original canadian},the car that is registered on your site other than using my chassis no bears no resemblance to the original car,the body no that you list is not correct for that car,i suggest that you carry out a search of that body no with jaguar heritage,this may well lead to the correct chassis no for the car listed,i would think that the chassis no on the carlisted has been misread accidently,this situation is not good for either party and hope it can be resolved,i would be happy to send copies of certificate ,interior panels etc but only in strictest confidence to site co-admin,regards steve

2007-01-31 05:04:53 | Anonymous writes:

Hi Steve Grycuk - as mentioned from the admin Steven D. you should contact the seller and solve the issue between the two of you and not addressing this to this site nor to the admin of this site.
And than it makes sense to suggest that he should carry out the Heritage request.
The owner - status end October 2005 - did not know to that moment that his car was listed here.

Hope everythings becomes clarified.

2011-04-12 16:01:37 | steve grycuk writes:

i have restored this car over the last 7 years ,and is now in a excellent roadworthy condition,it exhibits many early features including narrow bootlid seal,flat bulkhead behind seats ,roadster seats,etc

2011-04-13 11:03:08 | steve grycuk writes:

this vehicle was inspected in 2008 by the driver vehiclelicensing authority in the uk and confirmed its identity and therefore issued it with a age related registration plate,it has also been valued in the last few weeks by jaguar enthusiasts club

2014-08-04 12:58:44 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/4/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-2-door-coupe-1962-JAGUAR-XKE-COUPE-SERIES-1-ONE-O ...
Current bid US $9,200 reserve not met 15 bids 5 days left in auction. Car now said to be in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.

Sellers description:
Engine:
Ford 5.0 '87 Mustang
New Long Block
Holly Carb
Aluminum Intake
Headers
*Odometer shows 3286 miles - Title Shows Exempt

Drivetrain
Stock Chassis
'89 Ford C5 Automatic Transmission
4 Wheel Disc Brakes
Independent Four Wheel Suspension

Body
All Steel
'39 Ford Taillights on Side Frenched
After Market Hood Scoop
After Market Wiring

Interior
Stock Gauges with Upgrades
'66 Jaguar Seats
Custom interior

Wheels
Original Wire Spoke Wheels

2014-08-15 16:57:19 | pauls writes:

Car returns to ebay 8/15/14
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-E-Type-2-door-coupe-1962-JAGUAR-XKE-COUPE-SERIES-1-ONE-O ...
Current bid US $10,100 reserve not met 2 bids 8 days left in auction, buy it now price $28,000.

Previous auction ended at $19,100 after 28 bids.

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